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Einzelausstellung MAriska MA Maisons Lafitte
Energie von Mutter Erde und Nature Vol. I
Einzelausstellung MAriska MA – Öko-spirituelle Erd- und Naturgöttinnen Kunst
9-5-2014 - 16-6-2014
Graine de Gourmandise, salon de thé bio
Meine Inspiration sind Mutter Erde und Natur, ganz besonders die Neembaum-Mütter. Dank ihrer Inspiration habe ich die Quelle meiner Kreativität entdeckt.
Meine Bilder laden die BesucherInnen ein, ihre Verbindung mit Mutter Erde und Natur wiederzuentdecken, ihren uralten Botschaften der Weisheit zu lauschen und ihre heilenden Energien im eigenen Leben zu erfahren. Meine Bilder visualisieren eine... Read More
Apr 20, 2014 by Mariska Ondrich
The World 's Most Famous Artwork
The moral quality in Contemporary Art
0 Only through education can a man become a man . Man is merely what education makes of him . - Kant
The World 's Most Famous Artwork , and if it were , it should be .
Why ? the importance and significance of his subject , that serves La Gioconda? Leonardo , or all the other "monkeys" that are out there surrounded by fame.
Definitively , assuming that serve to something , I do not think either has the importance of "Death of the devil."
Should be the most important icon of humanity , seal and mark to sustain humanity.
Man does not live , but direct... Read More
Apr 20, 2014 by Alberto Thirion
... it finally happened - I hit SEND and the book was IN PRINT - after an incredible journey of (not unreasonable) Publishing demands - the book was first successfully uploaded - then submitted and finally approved for Print by the Publisher - an Editor's Copy has been ordered and should arrive this upcoming Friday and after some 27 months of effort - the (pseudo) finished product should be in my hands - that will be a most satisfying moment as it makes you foget the personal setbacks and hardships - there were plenty of both - I am sitting in a B&B in Albert France as I type this - outsid... Read More
Apr 19, 2014 by Glenn Michael Morley
Check it out! Press Releases VIP Art Gallery Tour 2014
VIP Tour for elite contemporary artists
February 16,2014 | France | Entertainment
Simply an excellent way to express that ART has no frontiers. Three countries, three galleries and one language.
France, February 16,2014/Free-Press-Release.com/ -- VIP Tour Artists are ready to depart to Paris
A group of talented artists will join an interesting cultural exchange between galleries in Europe and US. This elite group of emerging artists with over six years of experience will participate in exhibitions in France, Belgium and United States starting next February 28th.
The exhibition is coordinate... Read More
Apr 18, 2014 by Eliana Martínez
Spectrum Fine Art Gallery and Artisan Store - Jammin'
April 18 – May 26
Arts Center Killingworth’s NEW! Spectrum Fine Art Gallery and Artisans Store of Centerbrook, Connecticut opens with Jammin’, its inaugural show of fine art and crafts inspired by the world of jazz. The exhibit features the work of painter Michael Singletary and includes a select group of regional painters (including Gloria Nilsson's painting on silk; Off the Cuff), photographers and fine artisans. Spectrum Art Gallery Store, located at 61 Main Street, Centerbrook, CT 06409, will also include several of Gloria Nilsson's unique hand painted scarves and original jewel... Read More
Apr 18, 2014 by Gloria Nilsson
Invitation to Intercultural online Visual Arts Exhibition
I would like to invite you to participate to the Edition 2014 of the: "A Creative Wall Voices"
It is an Cross-Cultural, virtual Exhibition and contest...
To see How to participate, go to: http://www.kiltiris.com/
Or Visit the following link for more info: http://kiltiris.org/groups/a-creative-wall-voices
The Top 5 artists will be primed!
It is a young but growing event promoting diversity and cultures Exchange and creativity.
Francklin Pierre Read More
Apr 17, 2014 by Francklin Pierre
Activités en 2014
Mars 2014 : participation artistique, Fête de la Citoyenneté, Place d’Armes, METZ (F)
19-24 March 2014 : Jawspring. Village Hall Gallery, WIMBLEDON, London (GB)
A CONFIRMER : 16-18 Mai/ May 2014: Les Amis de la Maison Rabelais, group exhibition au Centre Culturel de METZ-Queuleu (F).
23 May - 8 June 2014 : FAB (Fringe Arts Festival ) BATH (GB)
Novembre 2014 : 24eme Salon de DIEULOUARD (F)
Novembre-Décembre 2014 : 16e Biennale de Peinture, Conseil Générale des Vosges, EPINAL (F) Read More
Apr 16, 2014 by Wayne Sleeth
Outsource 3d Architectural Visualization, Quality Interior 3d Renderings To India – 3d.predsolutions.com
As you know, every project that involves some kind of construction—such as building a house or virtual sets. These projects are made up of a lot of documents and technical drawings that help in the construction of these buildings. For the construction crew, these technical drawings and documents are just fine. But when you need to make a presentation of these projects to people who can't read technical drawings, things can get a little difficult.Architectural Visualization
A perspective view of a project works like a picture of something that still doesn't exist. It's far easier to understand... Read More
Apr 8, 2014 by Pradeep Kumar
TROUBLE IN (PUBLISHING) PARADISE ....
...first things first - you want to upload 430 MB you can best expect trouble - how much trouble ? - let's see:
1. the maximum file that can be uploaded to the Pubsliher's is 400 MB - the text came in at 437 MB - how to cut 37 MB from a 625 page ocument? - simple - compress all of the photos - this eliminates all non-visible cropped images - as well as compressing high resolution photos to 'print quality' re: 200-300 DPI - result = 237 MB - job done !
not quite ...
2. the file takes 2 1/2 hours to upload - but it does indeed complete the upload without a hitch - hoo-ray - a window pops-up a... Read More
Apr 4, 2014 by Glenn Michael Morley
Great eventing mixing it with the hoi polloi - Dukes & dames etc. last night at Hampton Court Palace for an event celebrating the 'Arcadian Thames'. Richard and Doug http://www.richarddouglasproductions.co.uk/ had used my paintings of the river in a video that played behind the performance and speakers (Sir Trevor Mac D. Dame Eileen Atkins, Sir David Attenborough etc.) used to trace the history or the Thames with Eel Pie Island right at the centre of Arcadian London. Real thrill to hear the appreciative comments anonymously but best of all to see the old palace at dusk and be able to wande... Read More
Apr 1, 2014 by Lee Campbell
The papers in the collection "Appearance".
Introduction to Nepalese paper
Nepalese decorative papers are flexible and very resistant time. They are made entirely by hand and traditionally dried in the open air.
They are made from the bark of the " Lokta " , a tree that grows between 2500 m and 4000 m on the slopes of the Himalayan Mountains .
The fiber used is a renewable resource . The bark is removed without damage to the plant that is reconstituted in 4-8 years ...
The colors are the result of ancestral recipes using oils and essences from plants, leaves, fruits , roots and bark from other trees and shrubs of these distant land... Read More
Mar 29, 2014 by Nicolas Ghesquiere
OFF TO THE PUBLISHERS ....
... it is with great satisfaction that I announce the completion after more than (27) months of my latest effort A Dull Morning - Ocober 3rd 1916 - History Text - the work had taken on a life of its own and was taking anywhere between [35-45] hours outside of regular work hours - I can certainly say that I have 'lived the life of a (history) writer' for the past two years - it presented its own difficulties and quite frankly it is not the healthiest of lives to lead moonlighting as I did - (too) many nights of 3-4 hours sleep - I really (had to) immersed myself into the work and the sense of a... Read More
Mar 29, 2014 by Glenn Michael Morley
Opening Night, observations, grillings and after thoughts.
The first night of 'Open' was interesting. A quick brief on the concept; to open a locked public space to the public for them to use as they wish, the thinking being how people view public spaces. Most are 'owned' by a local council, which in turn is funded by people. So it does question ownership of these spaces. The aim was to not project my personal views, but to get others to form their own views unencumbered by political propaganda.
So the opening night arrived and in came people. I have a small tent set up in the corner of the space to keep dry if it decides to pour down and to keep pa... Read More
Mar 29, 2014 by Tina Lane
Up coming events
The end of April and into May is going to be a busy time regarding art club shows and other group events, charity exhibitions and another solo showing of 'What is Left Behind'. Will post dates and venues in the coming weeks. Currently I have work on show at Gallery 1608, Bushmills, the Gracehill Gallery, Ballymena, the Yard Gallery, Comber, the Marine Court Hotel, Bangor - all in Northern Ireland. Any other galleries wanting a new gallery artist here or there - for example, Herault or Morbihan France - I would love to hear from you! Read More
Mar 28, 2014 by Barbara Craig
I have officially received a letter from the Jury board and General President of the Academy International
"Greci-Marino" del Verbano, Italy today on the 20th March
Thanks to their delegate in France, Madame Dominique Le Magoarou ,who proposed the nomination:
In the art section, I am nominated Grand Académicien International des Académies "Greci-Marino-del Verbano", Italy.
I am very honored to be awarded this important title from the patronage of Greci-Marino.
Mar 20, 2014 by Ann Dunbar
Love As I've Seen It
I’m a woman who has spent most of her life single for various reasons. Don’t get the wrong idea, I’m delightful and great company. I tell myself that every day, but for some reason I put work before love, I think. Or maybe I’m ‘too much woman,’ as some pals have suggested. Okay, the real reason… I have only recently begun to make romantic love a priority.
I had a chat with the staff at a local furniture store about this. I surmise that some woman have a place for it. They say, ‘I need a great job, a car, a vacation once a year, a great husband, some kids and a lovely home.’
I say, ‘I n... Read More
Mar 9, 2014 by Simone Frank